Summary: First the good. The story wasn't too general, and you didn't really get involved with your character's story too much. Combat was simple, but despite this you could implement strategies and skills more suited to specific enemies. Not too much customization, but for a 2006 game the variety isn't that bad. The bad... well, I'll try to limit what I say. First off, the camera will kill you more than anything.
Summary: The game is not too bad far a launch title. There are some difficulty curve issues as you progress through the game which can make for frustrating play. You go from super easy fights where you dominate to the omg type let me run and get some healing fights within 2 areas.
I wish I liked this but its not even good as most PS2 games.
Big Bubba "G26", Amazon
28 November 2009
Summary: I baught this for the reason and love of the first PSP one. You'd think way way better being on PS3 but gameplay is a step back. Online would of been fun if it linked to the single player but insted its just a online mess where matches are pointless and thrown around. All in all its a nice sit and dont think game but to much wrong or "lack of" to keep the average gamer entertained very long.
Summary: This is an mediocre and disappointing title. I'm a big fan of co-op play with the Baulder's Gate and Champions of Norrath series...this game is in that hack-n-slash, half-RPG and half-adventure game mode, but it leaves alot to be desired for a "next-gen" game. The game feels like it was originally designed for PS2 and at some point in production was deemed to be needed as a PS3 launch title. At the very least, its feels like it was rushed to launch either way.
Summary: Its a hack and slash game. The intermitant smattering of "old speak" comes off kind of cheesey. I enjoyed hitting things with a hammer for a couple of evenings. It was kind of nice to look at.
Summary: The PSP launched in March 2005 with only a few games that really took advantage of its hardware or unique features. One of the few that did was Sony Online Entertainment's Untold Legends: Brotherhood of the Blade. It was a game that had potential, and that potential has been brought to another Sony launch, that of the PlayStation 3. How does SOE's Untold Legends: Dark Kingdom fare in the next-gen, non-handheld environment? To say it bluntly, fair. Very fair.
Summary: I enjoy RPG's and this game barely qualifies. The plot is really lacking. This game reminds me a lot of the arcade game Gauntlet. You walk through hacking what is in front of you... If the game didn't have a plot at all it would still be the same game. That being said, it does have some very nice graffix and I the game play proceeds pretty smoothly.